SWEET DREAMS ... RWANDAPlease joinand theInternational Committee for:
an inspiring film about a group of women
who defy the devastation of the Rwandan genocide
to form the country's first all-women's drumming troupe
AND its first-ever ice cream shop.
Directed by Lisa and Rob Fruchtman.
"Sweet Dreams is one of those films you don't want to end. Both gut-wrenching and deeply inspiring." - CineSource
at the Quad Cinema34 West 13th StreetTalkback after the film onTHE POWER OF ARTTO HEAL AND EMPOWERwith:
Lisa Fruchtman and Rob FruchtmanSWEET DREAMS FilmmakersJennie Dundas and Alexis MiesenFounders of Blue Marble Ice Creamand Blue Marble DreamsModerated by:Shellen LubinCo-President of Women in the Arts & Media CoalitionCo-Secretary of League of Professional Theatre WomenandJoyce MaioCo-Chair of LPTW International CommitteeThe film also features Odile Gakire Katese, founder of the drumming troupe and the ice cream shop, and winner of LPTW's 1st Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award.
Much more information available at:Tickets are only $8 for membersof any of our member orgsfor the entire run of the film(fromat )For more information, call 212-592-4511or email us at info@womenartsmediacoalition.
We look forward to seeing you there!Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, a non-profit organization, represents more than 80,000 women and men in the performing arts and media through its member organizations and affiliates. The Coalition focuses the power of its member organizations and their memberships together and uses the combined strength to address issues of concern through advocacy, networking and educational events. Member organizations are: Actors Equity Association, Dramatists Guild of America, League of Professional Theatre Women, SAG-AFTRA New York Local,State Directors and Choreographers, New York Women in Film & Television, and the Writers Guild of America, East. Affiliates are: WomenArts, The Rehearsal Club, The Women's Media Center, Women Make Movies, Dancers Over 40 and Professional Women Singers Association.
For more information on the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, visitwww.womenartsmediacoalition.